Monthly Archives: July 2007
It must be true. Mother Gaia says so. I have to hand it to these asses; No matter what logic or facts are thrown at them,Â they will not back down. Kind of like Tom Petty, but they’re smoking something different. … Continue reading
More myths from PERCÂ MYTH 2: OUR GARBAGE WILL POISON US The claim that our trash might poison us is impossible to completely refute, because almost anything might pose a threat. But the EPA itself acknowledges that the risks to … Continue reading
In King County, Washington. Stephan Sharkansy filed an Citizens Initiatve with the King County Elections Office which would, if approved by the voters of King County, make it so that the position of Head of the King County Elections Office … Continue reading
Interesting stuff, here and the original here.
When at the gunshow a couple weekends ago, I was wanering around and not seeing much I was interested in. A very strange predicament, indeed, though it turned out that I was just not looking hard enough. As I made … Continue reading
We’re going to change the format of the RNS QotD up for a couple weeks. Believe it or don’t, there is a group of what could be called “Free Market Environmentalists”. In fact, the Property and Environmental Research Center (aka: … Continue reading
A couple weeks back Imentioned that the local SEIU and another leftist pro-tax group had lost their case in trying to keep a Citizen’s Initiative that would have required a supermajority vote of the legislature to raise taxes off the … Continue reading
And surely one that the modern-day French themselves would have never thought of France is the country that produced the Enlightenment, Descartesâ€™s one-liner, â€œI think, therefore I am,â€ and the solemn pontifications of Jean-Paul Sartre and other celebrity philosophers. But … Continue reading
Not much of a shadetree mechanic, myself, so I’m pretty unfamiliar with it and always wondered why it was so popular. It’s all so clear to me now.